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Old 03-28-2019, 08:43 AM
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Looks like I'll have to organize a road trip from Cbus with my buddies.....
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Old 03-28-2019, 09:44 AM
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Thanks fellas! I hope to see you all out here some time or another.

Looks like my cohort (bro-in-law) and I will be having a little impromptu work day this evening. Hole 3 is gonna get a haircut and we'll be opening up the line a bit by removing a few dead ash trees.

After tonight only holes 9 and 11 should need cleanup.

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Old 03-28-2019, 10:28 AM
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Enjoy the rewards of all that hard work.
I have a suspicion that all the hard work is going to reward me with...more hard work.

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Old 03-28-2019, 10:36 AM
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I have a suspicion that all the hard work is going to reward me with...more hard work.
But of course.

But every once in while, you'll decide to shirk duty and play, and that will be sweet.

The real reward comes with the chance to share, and to meet disc golfers, many from faraway places you'd never meet, otherwise.

And the compulsion to make it a good experience for them will lead to.....more work.

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Old 03-28-2019, 08:47 PM
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Where are you living now? Rising Sun?
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I have a suspicion that all the hard work is going to reward me with...more hard work.
Spring and summer are probably going to be busy times for you in the years to come but, outside of the occasional and expected storm clean up, October thru March...





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Old 03-29-2019, 12:15 AM
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I was just looking at the course page and it doesn't say anything about greens fees? Also, have you given thought about letting the club run a ccs there or doing events yourself? I know that would probably be more of a in the future thing but was just wondering...
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Old 03-29-2019, 01:34 AM
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I was just looking at the course page and it doesn't say anything about greens fees? Also, have you given thought about letting the club run a ccs there or doing events yourself? I know that would probably be more of a in the future thing but was just wondering...
Donations only for the time being.

I'm hoping to have a couple events some time this year but haven't decided what/when. Parking could be a challenge, but I think we could come up with some ideas.

Really just want to see how this year goes and then take it from there. That said, a future CCS that included HR and that future Verona course that's yet to begin construction could make for a really fun day of golf.

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Old 03-29-2019, 01:51 AM
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Donations only for the time being.

I'm hoping to have a couple events some time this year but haven't decided what/when. Parking could be a challenge, but I think we could come up with some ideas.

Really just want to see how this year goes and then take it from there. That said, a future CCS that included HR and that future Verona course that's yet to begin construction could make for a really fun day of golf.
BYOPs are always a good place to start. Keep it easy with 2 divisions Pro/Am with semi low entry fees/payouts so people don't get riled up about baggers and whatnot.

Or maybe something like they do at Cabin Creek. A $5 singles round in the morning and random dubs in the afternoon.

Too bad 4th of July isn't on the weekend this year...
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https://www.facebook.com/Hidden-Ridg...6789674859104/

If you're on Facebook, here's a link to the HRDGC page.

If you're not doing anything Saturday, we're having a work day which should get us to 18 completed holes.

9-4pm, lunch provided. We usually work until lunch, break to eat, then throw. With enough help this weekend we may have time to play the entire course, maybe setup some random dubs.

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